Transcript for Southern States Hit By Tornadoes
the massive storm that is sweeping across the country, more tornadoes touching down in the southeast Wednesday and then take a look at this surveillance video from a high school in Tennessee. The school damaged by the storm and ABC's Steve osunsami is there for us this morning. Good morning, Steve. Reporter: Good morning to you, Amy. This is what's left of the football coach's office at that high school at Crockett county high in Tennessee. It's destroyed. The ceiling is now on the floor. This morning the national weather service says the tornado that hit here on Tuesday was an ef-2 or ef-1, actually, with wind speeds of up to 95 miles an hour, enough to rip the roof off this building and several others here. Classes here are now canceled for the rest of this week. A tornado warning has been issued. Reporter: For the second night in a row tornadoes rained down on families in parts of the south. It looks like it's almost splitting into two. Reporter: This one recorded on cell phone tearing through ft. Stewart, Georgia, the U.S. Military base near Savannah. Sirens and warnings blared on loudspeakers. Abandon vehicles and trailers. Reporter: Frightened parents and children couldn't believe their eyes. Oh, my god, taking the roof off houses. Are we going to die? Reporter: This morning they have to move 50 people to new homes. Dozens of vehicles destroyed and in South Carolina, there were reports of tornadoes there too and it wasn't just the high winds, the storm brought heavy rain. Lots of it. The will to live kept her hanging on. Reporter: In Nashville and Atlanta, driver has to be rescued from flash floods and take a look at this from a surveillance camera they gave us at Crockett county high in Tennessee near that coach's office. You can see the moment a tornado tore through this school Tuesday. Everybody was gone home and that saved lives. Yes, no doubt. Reporter: They're working through the night and hope to have classes open back up by Monday. George. We sure hope so. Okay, Steve, thanks very much. Boy, it's tough down there.
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